The scariest part about "Christian Fundamentalism"
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26-04-2015, 09:41 PM
RE: The scariest part about "Christian Fundamentalism"
It's their looking forward to the "End Times" when Jesus comes flying back to Earth with his superpowers that's scary. Who needs to protect the ecosystem or struggle to create a just society when Jesus is coming back to whisk all the "good people" away to some carnival in the sky? And they hunger for that day with glee.

Psychopaths.

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26-04-2015, 09:45 PM
RE: The scariest part about "Christian Fundamentalism"
(26-04-2015 09:41 PM)TheMrBillShow Wrote:  It's their looking forward to the "End Times" when Jesus comes flying back to Earth with his superpowers that's scary. Who needs to protect the ecosystem or struggle to create a just society when Jesus is coming back to whisk all the "good people" away to some carnival in the sky? And they hunger for that day with glee.

Psychopaths.

Too bad that they have that clause against suicide, preventing them from just unilaterally eliminating themselves in a race to get to heaven and leaving the rest of us in peace.

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26-04-2015, 10:04 PM
RE: The scariest part about "Christian Fundamentalism"
(26-04-2015 09:45 PM)EvolutionKills Wrote:  ... Too bad that they have that clause against suicide, preventing them from just unilaterally eliminating themselves ...

They're just cowards. They could dodge that injunction by simply murdering each other. Being "saved", there'd be no penalty for "evil" works.

But by hanging around they prove by implication their belief isn't as rock solid as they pretend, else they WOULD murder each other, or commit other mayhem.

The strength of belief in islam shows us what that's like just about every week. That crowd DOES have confidence in its beliefs - to the world's sorrow. Perhaps it's just as well the christian flocks are more tepid. If they start murdering each other, it wouldn't take long for some "bright" mind to figure they be doing the whole world a favor by mass annihilation.

So, again, they're just cowards - thank gawd!
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26-04-2015, 10:11 PM
RE: The scariest part about "Christian Fundamentalism"
(26-04-2015 10:04 PM)Airportkid Wrote:  
(26-04-2015 09:45 PM)EvolutionKills Wrote:  ... Too bad that they have that clause against suicide, preventing them from just unilaterally eliminating themselves ...

They're just cowards. They could dodge that injunction by simply murdering each other. Being "saved", there'd be no penalty for "evil" works.

But by hanging around they prove by implication their belief isn't as rock solid as they pretend, else they WOULD murder each other, or commit other mayhem.

The strength of belief in islam shows us what that's like just about every week. That crowd DOES have confidence in its beliefs - to the world's sorrow. Perhaps it's just as well the christian flocks are more tepid. If they start murdering each other, it wouldn't take long for some "bright" mind to figure they be doing the whole world a favor by mass annihilation.

So, again, they're just cowards - thank gawd!

They weren't always.

See Also: The Dark Ages

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28-04-2015, 01:57 AM
RE: The scariest part about "Christian Fundamentalism"
Christians cowards, how so?
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28-04-2015, 02:02 AM
RE: The scariest part about "Christian Fundamentalism"
(28-04-2015 01:57 AM)jballadarez Wrote:  Christians cowards, how so?

Because they won't kill themselves to get to heaven faster and leave the rest of us the fuck alone. They'll buy into doomsday bullshit, and they'll happily support wars and capitol punishment so that 'god can sort them out', but very few of them have both the strength of their conviction and the lack of fear to actually put a gun to their temple and pull the trigger so as to fast-track themselves to their supposed eternal paradise.

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28-04-2015, 02:26 AM
RE: The scariest part about "Christian Fundamentalism"
The problem with suicide with Christians is that it's same as murder or murdering yourself. Also they're not trying to get to paradise, they're trying to get into heaven. Paradise is a waiting place before judgment day. If you read the stories in the Bible just for the purpose of information. Then you would have known that after three days Jesus showed himself to Marry after being in paradise and told Marry not to touch Him because he has not been with the Father yet. Which means God is not in paradise but in heaven. Also to commit suicide would be a cowardice act.
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28-04-2015, 02:44 AM
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(28-04-2015 02:26 AM)jballadarez Wrote:  The problem with suicide with Christians is that it's same as murder or murdering yourself. Also they're not trying to get to paradise, they're trying to get into heaven. Paradise is a waiting place before judgment day. If you read the stories in the Bible just for the purpose of information. Then you would have known that after three days Jesus showed himself to Marry after being in paradise and told Marry not to touch Him because he has not been with the Father yet. Which means God is not in paradise but in heaven. Also to commit suicide would be a cowardice act.


You're forgetting the infinite 'get out of jail free' cards that supposedly comes with believing in Jesus and being saved. It's a a very silly god indeed that will absolve you of the guilt of murdering another human being but won't give you a pass for killing yourself just to meet them sooner.


Also, suicide is not by default a cowardly act. Like most everything else in life, context matters, and I can easily imagine a variety of scenarios where ending your own life is anything but cowardly. Drinking Beverage

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28-04-2015, 02:47 AM
RE: The scariest part about "Christian Fundamentalism"
So what's stopping you ?
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28-04-2015, 02:51 AM
RE: The scariest part about "Christian Fundamentalism"
(28-04-2015 02:47 AM)jballadarez Wrote:  So what's stopping you ?

I'm not a Christian you dumb fuck. Facepalm

I'm in no rush to not experience non-existence.

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